August 14, 2017
This weekend’s events in Charlottesville have changed everything.
Today we live in a much different world than we did before the Battle of Charlottesville.
The #UniteTheRight rally was intended to be an event protesting the removal of a historical monument. It was not allowed to happen, thanks to a criminal conspiracy by the city and state governments. Our people were also attacked by Communist terrorists and the police did nothing to stop them. The incident involving the car crash has not been fully investigated and there are still many questions surrounding it.
Despite these objective facts, it has not stopped the lying Jewish media from falsely blaming our people for what transpired.
Based on these absurd Jewish lies, we see city governments across the South pushing ahead for the removal of additional Confederate statues and monuments.
Do they really think this is a smart move?
Jim Gray the mayor of Lexington, Kentucky has announced that Confederate monuments in the city would be removed. Weirdly enough, Jim is fan of racist literature such as the racist book “The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn,” which was written by the racist Negroid hating White supremacist Mark Twain.
There’s this news from Lexington, Kentucky which we previously covered.
Mayor Jim Gray said Saturday he is taking steps to remove two controversial Confederate-era statues from the lawn of the former Fayette County Courthouse on Main Street.
Gray’s announcement came the same day as multiple people were killed and injured in Virginia after a vehicle drove into counter-protesters who had clashed with white nationalists around a Confederate-era statue in Charlottesville.
Gray said in a statement he will ask the Lexington-Fayette County Urban County Council at its Tuesday work session to take the first step — to ask a state military commission for permission to take down the statues of John Hunt Morgan and John C. Breckinridge. Gray said the vote was already in the works.
“We have thoroughly examined this issue, and heard from many of our citizens,” Gray said in a statement. “The tragic events in Charlottesville today have accelerated the announcement I intended to make next week.”
In Gainesville, Florida the removal of a Confederate monument has already begun.
Crews are removing a Confederate statue that was created as a memorial to men of the Gainesville area who lost their lives in the Civil War.
Work began Sunday to remove the statue in downtown Gainesville, known as “Old Joe.”
It will be moved Monday from outside the Alachua County Administrative Building and will be returned to the local chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy, which erected the bronze statue in 1904.
County officials said they did not know what the Daughters of the Confederacy would do with the statue.
The Baltimore mayor is planning to move forward with removing Confederate symbols from the city.
After violence erupted in Charlottesville, Virginia over the weekend in response to the city’s plan to remove a Robert E. Lee statue from a park there, Mayor Catherine Pugh has renewed efforts to remove similar confederate imagery from Baltimore.
In Richmond, Virginia last night, people rioted against a statue.
Same twisted bastards. Look at the cuck on the left. Which one of the sows is he trying to bang? Sick, sick, sick.
Protesters screaming “take down the monuments” marched from a park in downtown Richmond to the beginning of historic Monument Avenue before surrounding the statue of J.E.B. Stuart and planting a flag in the mouth of the Confederate general’s horse Sunday night.
Richmond Police Chief Alfred Durham said officers responded to Abner Clay Park in Jackson Ward around 8:30 p.m. for an assembly.
Police followed the crowd and posted updates on social media that the group was moving down West Broad Street around 10:20 p.m.
Police said the demonstrators turned onto Lombardy Avenue and were headed for Monument Avenue as of 10:50 p.m. with the goal of reaching the statue of Gen. Robert E. Lee.
However, the group settled for the Stuart statue when Capitol Police said only 20 people could gather at the Lee monument.
“Tear the racist statues down,” the group yelled as one person attempted to climb the Stuart monument before nearly taking a spill and slipping down the statue.
The man, who was shirtless and wearing a mask, was successful on his second attempt. The crowd cheered as he walked back and forth before he successfully planted a flag on J.E.B. Stuart’s horse.
Pro-history forces are planning to hold a rally there soon. This will undoubtedly be one of many future rallies in support of Confederate monuments.
A Confederate heritage organization has asked the state for permission to gather Sept. 16 at Richmond’s Robert E. Lee monument.
The rally would come roughly a month after Saturday’s white nationalist protest descended into violence in Charlottesville.
The Department of General Services has received a request from Americans for Richmond Monument Preservation for a permit to hold an event at the Lee Monument on Monument Avenue, according to Dena Potter, an agency spokeswoman, who said the application is under review and has not been approved.
Potter said the request was submitted by Bragdon Bowling — a former commander of the Virginia Division, Sons of Confederate Veterans. Bowling could not immediately be reached for comment Sunday evening.
It looks as if our political enemies are hell bent on doubling down with their push to remove Confederate monuments.
They are insanely stupid for doing this, but it is very good for our side. Our numbers are only going to swell the more they push for the ISIS styled removal of monuments honoring White historical figures.
Andrew Anglin contributed to this report.